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Dunedin and the Otago Peninsula, New Zealand
March 14, 2015
After all the geography and natural beauty, it was about time we went to a city, and a college town at ...
Cadbury's have a chocolate factory in Dunedin so we couldn't resist taking a tour of their operations ( especially the chocolate lover in the family). We had been to Cadbury's in Hobart a few years ago, but they didn't offer a tour of the actual operations, due to OH&S and Health Department regulations. It's a comprehensive tour of the factory with some videos of the bits that aren't as easy to view. This facility makes millions ...
... to dominate the building. We snooped all the rooms and decided our favourite was the rooftop lookout. After the interior and exterior Ryan and I relaxed on the patio while Mom and Doug did a little more touring. We departed from the castle and headed to the Dunedin Botanical Garden for a look at the local fauna. Our noses were greeted with the sweet scent of the rose garden as we walked through the ...
... real tourist attraction. It is NZ's most photographed building. Moving on, a stop off at Cadbury World NZ, we purchased some much needed chocolate giving us our sugar fix.
The stop-off for the night was Dunedin holiday park. We parked up trying to shelter the van but the strong winds still managed to blow it from side to side. This time it wasn't an earthquake!
... Speights Brewery tour, this showed both old and new machinery, although the actual method hasn't really changed. Of course there were free samples at the end of the tour.
Wednesday and the plan is to visit the Otago peninsular to visit both a castle and see more birds. We started at Larnach castle. This castle was built by William Larnach (born in Australia of Scottish descent) in the 19th century. He was a banker and when gold ...